I have to say, nothing makes me smile more than seeing colorful, quirky and whimsical art hanging on the walls of a childâ€™s room.
When I first started to browse French site Lâ€™Affiche Moderne, I was positively drooling at the work! Their fabulous e-gallery showcases a really lovely collection of work from young photographers, graphic designers and illustrators (including the amazingly talentedÂ Sarah Jane who was at Alt Summit and is just about the cutest, sweetest thing ever!). The prints are produced in limited edition quantities of 300 editions and come in a variety of options: mounted canvas, framed, no frame etc. Take a gander at some of these lovelies:
Ingela P Arrhenius, Friends in Tree
Marion Billet, Transports
Matilou, Fawn in winter
Sarah Jane, Goodnight Friend!
Franck Juery, Marie-Kong
Mathilde Aubier, En face
Can you handle the cuteness?? They update their work frequently and it’s always fab. Whether youâ€™re drawn to the retro-inspired prints, sweetly soothing illustrations or even fanciful photographs, I think youâ€™ll definitely find something swell for your kiddo’s walls.
Oooh, and get this! From January 26 thru February 11, 2010, Â Modern Kiddo readers canÂ save 30% off their entire catalog of limited edition art prints when you use code 01012010.
Whoo hoo, L’Affiche Moderne! Shoot, thatâ€™s almost enough to make me want to start calling this here lil bloggie Kiddo Moderne. Almost.
Images: L’Affiche Moderne
4 thoughts on “Oooh la la! I love zis art!”
Sarah Jane has a store on Etsy– we bought “Waiting” for the RocketBaby’s room a few months back. (http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=38557148)
Love her stuff!
Hey Rocket Cutie! (so nice to see ya on the MK!)
Yep, isn’t Sarah Jane the best? We met her at Alt Summit and she was so awesome. She led one of the panels and I was smitten….I’m so glad you like her too!
i have been getting newletters form Lâ€™Affiche Moderne for a while now and with the 30% off i think i will order something for the kiddos room! yay
I’m so jealous that you met her! She’s like the feminine Ernest Shepard.